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Antique mall is 10,000 square feet, with more than 125 booths.
Home and garden outlet is 15,000 square-feet, specializing in overstocks, discontinued, showroom samples and off-season liquidations from national catalogs and wholesalers. Our styles include Cottage, Coastal, Cabin, and Country.
We have Fiesta Dinnerware factory seconds.
Truck, trailer and RV parking. Located 30 miles east of Columbia; I-70 at Exit 155.
Crane's is one of the few remaining real country stores in the United States. Built in 1926, the current building is located on Old 40 in beautiful downtown Williamsburg. Crane's has been a gathering spot for many generations. Started in 1899 in Mineola, Missouri, Crane's has been the go to place for trade in a 60 mile radius. Carrying groceries, guns, hardware, gas, deli, clothing, boots, and feed, Crane's tries to be a one stop shop. Crane's is famous for its One Meat-One Cheese, Two Dollar sandwiches (all on white bread). They are also famous for their wide selection of Carhartt Clothing, Wolverine Boots, and Filson Outerwear. If you need to be outfitted for whatever the world can throw at you, Crane's can help you out. Crane's ships too! Crane's Country Store since 1926. A true general store that carries everything from boots, bullets, britches and bologna. Now on the 4th generation Crane family ownership.
Gray Ghosts Trail Inn sits on the Gray Ghosts Trail, where 'bloody Bill Anderson' stormed through, picking up guerillas on his way to destroy the first county seat of Missouri: Danville. We are proud of our historical connection to the civil war trail. The house was built in 1905 and reopened in July, 2013.
We are not a typical B&B. When you rent rooms, you get the whole house. We'll stock the fully furnished kitchen, provide coupons for the local restaurant a couple of blocks away or come and fix your breakfast for you...your choice!
Just a short drive from Hermann, MO, wine country and beautiful hillsides, or Fulton, MO where Winston Churchill gave his famous speech. We can help to arrange tours whatever your likes are. Right down the road from Whetstone Conservation Area, we can accommodate the hunter or fisherman.
One block away is the famous Crane's Country Store, featuring Carhartt, Filson and great candy and sandwiches. We'll design a package just for you. Not an early riser? No problem! Sleep in, and have a continental breakfast or hot breakfast whenever you're ready. Or walk just a couple of blocks and have a great, hot breakfast at Marlene's cafe.
Whether you are a business or a leisure traveler, we at Gray Ghosts Trail Inn offer the perfect travel options.
In 1946, at Westminster College in Fulton, Winston Churchill delivered one of the most significant speeches of his long and illustrious career. That address, formally entitled, "The Sinews of Peace," is better known as the Iron Curtain Speech, because of the evocative phrase: "An Iron Curtain has descended across the Continent..." That speech effectively marked the beginning of the Cold War and linked, forever, Fulton and Westminster College with Winston Churchill.
In the 1960s, Westminster College sought to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Churchill's visit and ultimately chose to move a Christopher Wren designed Church from London. This Church, St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, had stood in London since 1677. This magnificent building, badly damaged during the London Blitz, was moved stone by stone to Westminster's campus and rebuilt to Wren's original specifications.
Beneath this Church is the National Churchill Museum. Through the imaginative and innovative use of technology, it brings to life the story of Winston Churchill and the world he knew. The museum was recognized by the United States Congress as America's permanent tribute to this great man, and formally designated as America's National Churchill Museum.
The museum presents Sir Winston's life, utilizing interactive sight, sound and touch. Stand in the midst of a dazzling light and sound show to see and hear the effects of a London air raid at the height of "The Blitz." In the stirring film, Churchill's Finest Hour (narrated by Walter Cronkite), watch Churchill lead Britain through World War II.
Two sculptures, one statue, and an English garden complete the museum grounds. One sculpture, titled Breakthrough, is constructed from eight consecutive sections of the actual Berlin Wall.
School programs, community programs, group tours, and rotating exhibits fill the museum's calendar. For a current look at programming, visit our website.
The museum is closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
The Springfield Cardinals are the Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. They are one of eight teams in the Texas League, along with the Arkansas Travelers, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, the Tulsa Drillers, the Corpus Christi Hooks, the Frisco RoughRiders, the Midland RockHounds and the San Antonio Missions.
Home games are played at Hammons Field. Individual game tickets can be purchased by calling 417-863-2143, at the ticket office at Hammons Field, and online by visiting our website. Ticket prices range from $6 to $24, depending on seat location. Season tickets and group tickets are available.
When the Cardinals play on Saturdays and Sundays, the ticket office opens at 10 a.m. On game days, the ticket office remains open through game time.
The Hammons Field gates open one hour prior to game time.
Baseball and Brews
Enjoy a Missouri brewery tour and a day at the ballpark.
History Lessons in Central Missouri
Sites in Central Missouri offer much more than a look at history in the Show-Me State.
Where Gray Ghosts Walked
Confederate Guerrillas, known as Gray Ghosts, were active in these areas.
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